The Dolls Abroad King’s Theatre, Glasgow Sunday 30 April – 3 May, 2017
Louise McCarthy and Gayle Telfer Stevens
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King’s Theatre, Glasgow
Sunday 30 April-Monday 1 May 2017
The Dolls are embarking on a 2017 tour which is already selling out at venues across Scotland, with a stop at the King’s Theatre, Glasgow at the end of April.
The Dolls first burst on to the scene in 2013 when Agnes and Sadie introduced us to the filthiest cleaners Scotland has ever seen. The success of The Dolls is the talk of the steamie with two out of three shows at the King’s Theatre, Glasgow already sold-out.
Tickets for two performances on Sunday 30 April were gone in just 50 minutes and so another show was added on Monday 1 May.
Starring Gayle Telfer Stevens (River City) and Louise McCarthy (Only an Excuse?), The Dolls Abroad is the must see comedy for 2017. Your jaws will be sore, your sides will be splitting – and not just from your kebab at the end of the night!
Having scrubbed toilets and pubs from Balloch to Dalgety Bay, The Dolls are in need of a holiday. And this year a donner doon Dunoon promenade just ain’t gonnae cut the mustard!
Luckily fate intervenes when Agnes wins top prize at Big Bella’s Bingo – an all-expense paid holiday in Greece, and she’s taking her lifelong pal Sadie along for the ride.
What follows is a whirlwind of ungodly heat, new foods (Tzatziki’s a food? We thought it wis an infection!) and an unlikely romance. However in the end the most important discovery is that a friendship found gabbing over the bleached holy bowl is a friendship for life.
Fasten your seatbelts as The Dolls take you on the gutter budget trip of a lifetime, with comedy banter, sing-alongs and all the fun that fans have come to expect from Scotland’s favourite scrubbers.
Nae for the fainthearted or the weans under 16.
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The Dolls Abroad
King’s Theatre, 297 Bath St, Glasgow G2 4JN
Sunday 30 April, 3pm &7pm
Monday 1 May, 2017 2pm
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